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How is Dynalist different from WorkFlowy? Do you have desktop and mobile apps? What is a document, and why would I need it? Are you planning to do feature X? What browsers and mobile platforms does Dynalist support? After almost a decade of using Workflowy, I discovered Dynalist, was very impressed, and within a few weeks, imported and switched over a couple days ago. There’s a lot I like about it, but after some real usage, it fails in a few key areas for my use cases. So here’s why I’m switching back. (Feel free to move this to a more appropriate forum category) I have a very large number of items.

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Workflowy is ranked 3rd while Dynalist is ranked 36th. The most important reason people chose Workflowy is: Any sublist can be viewed as a top-level list. This sounds simple but makes WorkFlowy extremely powerful. Dynalist is what WorkFlowy would be like if they continued to improve it! The best part of WorkFlowy is the zoomable nested lists, but Dynalist adds tons of extra features, including checklists and image/attachment support. So glad I found Dynalist after feeling somewhat limited by WorkFlowy. Positive comment. about 2 years ago.

Posted by Jeffery Smith
Sep 10, 2019 at 01:59 AM

Ae the advantages of the paid version of WorkFlowy sufficient justification to upgrade?

Posted by satis
Sep 10, 2019 at 03:40 AM

The free Workflowy plan I have (I think there are a couple of tiers) limits you to 500 new items a month. If it’s a service you use, you will hit the limit of the free plan pretty quickly. If you’re concerned about the security your lists (unlimited in Pto) the paid plan lets you back up to Dropbox.

Basically, if you intend to really use it, the $50/yr Workflowy Pro plan is needed. With Dynalist/free you can have unlimited lists, but if you want niceties (unlimited bookmarks, image/file attachments, Dropbox/Gdrive backup, push items to Google Calendar), you need to pay $95/yr.

Posted by Simon
Sep 10, 2019 at 06:30 AM

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satis wrote:
I have free accounts on both services and just decided to try them out
>again in the web versions on my Mac. I pasted a TaskPaper document as
>well as an OMPL file from my clipboard. Dynalist seems a more
>comprehensive (and complicated) product, but I think that Workflowy was
>easier to work with, and faster, so for now I think I like it a bit
>more.
>>Checkvist still seems uglier and more ungainly, though perhaps that’s
>only skin deep. (But I don’t want to scratch the surface to find out.)
>>I also opened up OmniOutliner for the Mac and the templating and weird
>font-level formatting just made me angry at it all over again.

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Posted by Simon
Sep 10, 2019 at 06:37 AM

Apologies for the previous post. I was editing on mobile and accidentally hit post before I wrote my content!

satis wrote:
>I also opened up OmniOutliner for the Mac and the templating and weird
>font-level formatting just made me angry at it all over again.

Totally agree. In fact a couple of years ago I had a long exchange with omni on their forum about the ludicrous styling preferences that make it a nightmare to style.

satis wrote:
>The free Workflowy plan I have (I think there are a couple of tiers) limits you to 500 new items a month. If it’s a service you use, you will hit the limit of the free plan pretty quickly. If you’re concerned about the security your lists (unlimited in Pto) the paid plan lets you back up to Dropbox.

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This has now changed to 100 per month. The free version is now basically a couple of days trial as you hit a hundred new items really quickly.

Posted by Jeffery Smith
Sep 10, 2019 at 01:39 PM

I’ll give Workflowy a try. I agree with the frustrations with Omni Outliner. I spend more time trying to remove the formatting that seems to accumulate.

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